Paper - The role of the vagi in the development of the sympathetic nervous system (1909)

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Kuntz A. The role of the vagi in the development of the sympathetic nervous system. (1909) Anat. Anz. 35: 381-390.

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This historic 1909 paper by Kuntz describes the development of the sympathetic nervous system in mammals.



Also by this author: Kuntz A. A contribution to the histogenesis of the sympathetic nervous system. (1909) Anat. Rec. 3,: 458-465.

Kuntz A. The role of the vagi in the development of the sympathetic nervous system. (1909) Anat. Anz. 35: 381-390.

Kuntz A. The development of the sympathetic nervous system in mammals. (1910) J Comp. Neurol. 20: 211-258.

Kuntz A. The development of the sympathetic system in birds. (1910) J Comp. Neurol. 20: 211-258.

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The Role of the Vagi in the Development of the Sympathetic Nervous System

Albert Kuntz
Albert Kuntz (1879–1957)

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Albert Kuntz

From the Laboratories of Animal Biology of the State University of Iowa.

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